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>> rubio says he's grateful for the endorsement. but he says what really matters is the endorsement of the people and those who come to support him on caucus night. supporters congratulated marco rubio at a campaign stop in indianola on his latest endorsement. >> hopefully that will translate to more support. i think it reflects what i feel is a growing momentum in this state. rose: the des moines register editorial board says it believes rubio is the best hope for the republican party and move them in a new direction. >> he can attract independents that the republicans need if they think they are going to be successful, but also because he can appeal to the republican base. : challenge will be his experience, his resume isn't as long as other candidates. but rubio disagrees. >> when it comes to national security no one running for president specially as a republican has shown better judgment or understanding of these issues than i have. rose on the democrat side the : register board endorsed 2008.
her strength. >> hillary's experience, knowledge was unmatched, the breadth and depth of her knowledge. rose but they say clinton still : has her weaknesses >> we noted at times when those invasive. -- evasive. >> the des moines register just endorsed you, any reaction? >> very pleased, obviously, it means a lot to me. rose when it comes to caucus : night the board hopes people will keep their endorsement in mind. >> we don't know whether it's going to be persuasive, but we hope people will read what we have to say and at least give that some consideration. laura: the board is made up of six people from the register's editorial staff. they interviewed the candidates throughout the year to make their decision. the endorsement comes on a busy weekend for hillary clinton. clinton is seeking to hold off a late surge from sanders. she is also in eastern iowa today holding a rally earlier
clinton took questions from the crowd. she says if elected, she will make sure social security does not become privatized. talk: -- todd bernie sanders also campaigning today in eastern : iowa. sanders told the crowd that despite what the clinton campaign is saying, he is the right candidate to take on a republican candidate in november. sanders says that he's seeing so much support because people are tired of establishment politics. laura: donald trump also campaigning across the state today. he held an event in pella this afternoon. also at the event, iowa senator chuck grassley who didn't endorse the candidate but told the crowd he was happy to be at the event. before trump's event in pella, he spoke at a rally in sioux city. trump told the crowd that his supporters are so loyal they would stick with him even if he shot somebody in the middle of new york city. >> my people are so smart, and you know what else they say about my people? the polls, i have the most loyal people, did you ever see that? where i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any
it's incredible. todd: trump's top gop rival also got a big endorsement today. conservative political commentator and radio host glenn beck endorsed ted cruz for president. beck appeared with cruz at a rally in ankeny. cruz says he's grateful for the support from beck and all of iowa. >> i am so grateful right now that there are iowans across this state on their knees, asking for god's guidance in this selection. -- election. that is what we need. i hope every one of us lifts up prayers for our nation. todd: new york mayor bloomberg would consider running. he has set a march deadline to make a decision. laura: a blizzard continues to bear down on the east coast
some of the nation's major cities. as craig boswell reports, millions of people are in for a long night ahead. craig: a major snow storm is still hammering the northeast. the foot traffic in new york city's times square was noticeably quieter saturday night. officials expect nearly 30 inches of snow in the big apple. >> the rate of the snow storm continues to be intense between 1 and 3 inches per hour. greg: -- craig major coastal flooding : pushed water up to residents doorsteps in new jersey. philadelphia could get up to 2 feet of snow by the time the storm ends. >> i'm well beyond the idea of winter wonderland there's no romance to a blizzard in my mind. craig this bride was going to : the chapel to get married, no matter what. after being stranded on the pennsylvania turnpike since the storm hit friday night, the duquesne university men's basketball team is finally on the move. high winds caused blinding whiteout conditions in the nation's capital. a pair of four by four pickups
truck out of a jam. snow has been falling so fast that crews can't clear roads . side streets are out of the question and officials warn that could slow some 911 response times. >> our interests is in our public safety being able to move our first responders and getting the city back open. craig: the storm also stranded thousands of travelers. more than 10,000 flights were cancelled and the runways at dulles and national airport -- reagan national airport were closed. craig boswell, cbs news, washington. laura and good news tonight. : the 25 dowling catholic high school students are finally headed home. todd: they were stranded on a bus in the blizzard for more than 20 hours. the students were coming home from the march for life rally in washington d.c. when their charter bus got stuck near the pennsylvania turnpike. kcci's kim st. onge has the story. kim: dozens of teens, stranded on a bus, with hours of time to kill.
kim their crew of 50 left d.c. a : day early, thinking they'd beat the blizzard. an accident near the pennsylvania turnpike backed up traffic, their charter bus couldn't keep up with the snow. >> we are slowly running low on food, which isn't fun and we've completely run out of water so if we want to drink water we have to go outside and fill our water bottle with snow and go back on the bus and wait for it to melt. kim they can't flush the toilet : on the bus so they have to go outside. bruce brown admits he second-guessed sending his daughter kennedy on the trip. >> the worry was last night but when the sun came up and we saw the pictures of what they were up to big sense of relief. >> we built a fort and had a couple snow ball fights. we've been sledding on the side of the highway. kim hundreds of other stranded : students joined them for mass outside with an altar made from snow. >> it's super easy to just be really down in the dumps about this whole situation but it's
come together and stay positive and at least try to make the best out of it. kim proof, the power of their : faith can weather any storm. kim st. onge, kcci 8 news, iowa's news leader. todd: a teacher who is on the bus says there was talk of not going on the trip at all, but everyone thought they could make it back before the storm hit. their charter bus has enough gas to idle for 6 days. laura: checking in with jason now. a lot of snow on the east coast, and we have our own chance for a view flurries. -- a few flurries. jason: there were some spots with 40 inches. not surprise a few buses got stuck.
for us, not sing a lot. again, we have chances for snow on monday. tomorrow not looking too bad. temperatures in the mid-20's. we are all the way up to 33 degrees at noon. ontrack 436. there are larry's in the forecast. i will bring all of that coming up shortly. todd: it's a sure sign that summer is not too far away. the 2016 ragbrai route unveivled tonight. and here it is. glenwood, shenandoah, creston, leon, centerville, ottumwa washington, muscatine. as you can see it's a southern iowa route. ragbrai begins july 23. laura: not everyone is hating the major storm hitting the east coast. see the animals enjoying themselves, next on kcci. todd first there was ride along. : now ride along 2, a new comedy sequel.
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leader. this is kcci 8 news at 10:00 with todd magel, laura nichols, -- laura carol meteorologist , jason sydejko, and sports with scott reister. laura: funeral services were held today for a family killed in a house fire in boxholm. services for 27-year-old amber, 9-year-old riley, 6-year-old autumn, and 4-year-old brayden
at the southeast valley middle school in burnside. amber and her 3 children died last sunday in a house fire in boxholm. investigators believe a space heater may have sparked the fire. todd: right now, authorities need your help to find an inmate who escaped from the newton correctional release center. officials say edward shorter was not present during a routine count this afternoon. shorter is 28-years-old, with tattoos on the upper right and upper left arm. he's serving a 20 year sentence for possession of a controlled substance. if you have any information on his whereabouts call 911. in california, police are trying to track down 3 inmates who broke out of a maximum-security jail. officials in orange county discovered them missing last night. they were facing charges of murder, attempted murder, kidnapping, and torture. the sheriff's office says the escapees got to the roof by cutting through steel bars and plumbing tunnels. they used sheets to rappel to the ground and then took off. the sheriff's office says all of
find the inmates. laura: taking a live look at times square. major cities like new york city and washington dc are completely shut down because of this storm. but some residents are having fun in this snow storm. take a look at his video from arlington, virginia. two young children being pulled in a sled by the family dog. todd: and this video is being shared all over social media today. the national zoo in washington, dc posted this video of the panda "tian tian", who woke up this morning to find a lot of snow. the young bear looks pretty excited about frolicking in the winter weather. laura: not to feel left out, officials at the national zoo also brought in a bucket of snow for panda cub, "bei bei." the feisty youngster took over a bucket of the snow brought into his pen, while his mother went for the bamboo. but "bei bei" then decided he'd had enough of the snow and moved on to the bamboo as well. todd: checking back in with
jason: i just want to clear it up. that was actually me and a panda costume. no, i was not there. i was in a much less snowy environment. clouds out there blocking out the sun all day long. it has been hard to find any sunshine out there it -- at all. though i can promise you we have some in the forecast for it there are chances tomorrow. mid-20's right now. temperatures are only dropping into the low 20's and the overnight hours. you can see downtown, a general haze. otherwise, comfortable. wind chill only down to the teens. got a decent stretch ahead of us. 30 degrees is where we top out at.
much sunshine at all and you can see why. a huge mass of clouds. a chance of snow and wintry mix for some of us. i don't think we will see a lot. we will get totals in a second, just know that monday could be a slicker commute. it starts to make its way on the south, some chances for snow and clouds. things are not going to really get going until early sunday morning. the reason why we could see a mix. we could see a mix there. you may just see a little bit of snow. futurecast continues to bring in cloud cover as we head into the afternoon.
starts to make its way through. after this, we stay locked in with cloud cover for a little bit. again, if you're hoping for the sun to finally make an appearance, it is simply going to take its time. futurecast overdoing this one. i don't think we'd see 3.9 inches. i think it general wanted to inches or so, three being on the extreme and of what we could see. again, we're going to work in warm air through central and southern portions of the state. middle teens tomorrow. we are above freezing. no matter where you are, if you get a little bit of sunshine, take a picture because i don't
next it is, we top out at 36 on monday. 28 on tuesday. 40's back in the forecast. we work our way up to a low of 30 on saturday. todd: the first one made a fortune, now kevin hart and ice cube are back in "ride along 2." john pascuzzi is looking for laughs in tonight's review. the world a president has to grapple with, sometimes you can't even imagine. that's the job. and she's prepared for it like no other. a tireless secretary of state, standing up against the abuse of women and girls. negotiating a cease-fire in gaza,
laura: looking for a laugh or two? todd: you might try the new sequel, "ride along 2." but first, a word from our movie reviewer john pascuzzi. john: it's the sequel to the 2014 surprise hit that brought in over $135 million world wide. it's "ride along 2."
kevin hart and ice cube are back as atlanta police detectives ben barber and james payton , respectively. barber is still trying to win the respect of payton, not only as a police officer but also as his future brother in law. this time they team up to catch a major crime boss that will take them to miami where danger is awaiting them at every turn. >> give me my keys.
ell out of the car. >> cut the main power. john: co-starring ken jeong of hangover fame as a criminal computer hacker and benjamin bratt as the miami crime boss, "ride along 2" is pretty silly stuff. hart is his usual high pitched hyperactive self and ice cube has mastered the art of the scowl. but except for a few laugh out loud moments, the film, by half way thru, will have you asking, are we there yet? "ride along 2", unfortunately, you'll be taken for a
ride. for kcci 8 news, this is john pascuzzi at the movies. todd: and our panda theme continues. next week john reviews "kung fu panda 3", starring the voices of jack black and angelina jolie. laura: tony seeman in now with sports and we have a lot of
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this is kcci 8 sports. tony: what a week for iowa state. a win over top ranked oklahoma on a chance to
take down kansas monday. this upcoming monday, and a road trip in between. taking on tcu this afternoon. steve prohm and company hoping to stay in the win column. early on, jameel mckay wham bam jam and the foul isu takes the early lead. great day for monte morris, ahead of the pack and a great finish. morris had a fantastic afternoon. how about playing some defense, with the steal and back he goes the other way for the score. closing seconds of the first half, pass to abdel nader and he drains the 3. isu led at the break. then leave it to morris to help
morris had 18 points, 6 assists. isu wins it 73-60. next up for the clones, the game everyone is keeping their eye on. the jayhawks come to hilton coliseum. tip time is set
for 8:00. you can see the game on espn. speaking of the jayhawks, they were at home today taking on texas. bill self looking for win number 200. texas out fast lob to prince ebay for the jam. texas led at the half. second half, here come the jayhawks. perry ellis spins to the basket and scores he would have a big day. later on, wayne selden finds an opening from three. later on, it is ellis wide open in the corner. jayhawks win it 76-67 for bill self's 200th win at home. two powerhouses in the big 12, oklahoma at baylor.
sooners take the lead. later on, isaiah cousins with the steal back the other way dishes it over to woodard who drains the 3. buddy hield nails the 3. oklahoma goes on to win
82-72. the uni panthers are a team looking to find some magic. they've lost 3 straight games in the valley. trying to get back in the win column today taking on illinois , state. wes washpun having a great day . here he drains the 3 to cut into the lead. later on he pulls up, washpun with 23 points today. but illinois state would pull away in the second half. uni falls 76-67. they've now lost 4 straight. drake men on the road taking on loyola. the struggles continue for the bulldogs. they fall 68-63. next up, they're at illinois state on the 26th.
they can just sit back and enjoy their undefeated record in the big 10. next up, they're back home at carver tomorrow afternoon at 12:00 taking on purdue. , they will be looking for another strong showing from peter jok. jok poured in a career high 29 against rutgers. he's now proving he's another huge weapon in this deep iowa roster. >> we wanted to get off to a good start. my teammates kept finding me. my teammates kept finding me and all i had to do was make shots. it was great. we need to pick it up on the defense. >> clemens was spectacular. either one of those players could have been player of the game. again, another example of us moving the ball and doing what we needed to do to win on the road. tony: iowa hosts purdue tomorrow
tipoff is set for noon. michigan state taking on marilyn. maryland going to work in the second half. robert cook with the steal. denzel valentine drives in bucket and the foul. michigan state would pull away in the second half. they win 74-65. when you're talking women's basketball in the big 12, you have to go through baylor. she is not done. from 3. she had a game high 22 points . baylor would pull away. chrissy wallace. baylor beats isu 77-61 the final
tonight the energy hit the floor at wells fargo arena and hit the floor for a great cause. it was the hoops for a cure night. there was a jersey auction and blood drive to benefit local cancer. early on here comes iowa, james ennis with the strong finish, bucket and the foul. later on the big man alex stepheson with the strong move to the bucket. andrew harrions, from kentucky drives in. he had 26 on the night. the energy fall 105-119 the final. grand view wrestling does one thing, win. the top ranked team in the naia. they went to work quick. god when color with the takedown.
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